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MSI Aegis i7 GTX1070 1TB 256GB SSD Gaming Desktop Bundle @ Argos - £1,399.99

£1399.99 @ Argos
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT Small and Extremely powerful. Only the best equipment is chosen for Aegis. Get in the game before anyone else with the latest PCI-E Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD utilising NVMe technology. Cus… Read More
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ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

Small and Extremely powerful. Only the best equipment is chosen for Aegis. Get in the game before anyone else with the latest PCI-E Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD utilising NVMe technology. Customise the Aegis with Mystic Light and select any colour to match your setup design. Plus, a GTX 1070 to play the latest games in all their full glory. Includes a 256GB SSD hard drive.
Msi gaming vga; silent storm cooling; mystic light/vr ready; mafia 3 game redeem; gaming headset ds 502 included; Nahimic sound; Xsplit Gamcaster v2.5 for webcast; WTFast for Gamer Private network; Dragon Eye; Gaming center optimizer.
CPU and Memory:

Intel Core i7 quad core.
Skylake lga 1151 intel core i7-6700.
Processor speed 4GHz.
16GB RAM.
Hard drive:

1TB SATA hard drive.
Graphics:

Shared graphics.
NVIDIA geforce gaming gtx 1070 8gb gddr5 with 800MB memory.
Interfaces and connectivity:

4 x USB 2.0 ports.
5 x USB 3.0 ports.
Ethernet port.
1 HDMI port.
Bluetooth.
Wireless/Wi-Fi enabled.
Operating system and software:

Microsoft Windows 10.
General features:
Size H37.6, W17, D43.3cm.
Weight 8kg.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
EAN: 4719072485719.
MSI AEGIS INTEL C
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4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago
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1 Like #1
Decent machine in a relatively small case, but at this price, it should've had an i7 K and 1080 to be competitive :(
2 Likes #2
Lahn
Decent machine in a relatively small case, but at this price, it should've had an i7 K and 1080 to be competitive :(

I challenge you to build an ITX i7 6700k, GTX 1080, 16GB, 256GB Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD, 1TB SATA system for under £1400 including the case, PSU, Windows 10, Wireless, BT and gaming headset with each and every component coming with a 2 year warranty.

I'm not saying this is a good buy, but your claims for a £1400 pre-build not being "competitive" for not including a £300 CPU or a £600 GPU are, to be fair rather over expectant.
#3
Alright spec for the money, but god it's ugly.
#4
dozstanford
Lahn
Decent machine in a relatively small case, but at this price, it should've had an i7 K and 1080 to be competitive :(
I challenge you to build an ITX i7 6700k, GTX 1080, 16GB, 256GB Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD, 1TB SATA system for under £1400 including the case, PSU, Windows 10, Wireless, BT and gaming headset with each and every component coming with a 2 year warranty.
I'm not saying this is a good buy, but your claims for a £1400 pre-build not being "competitive" for not including a £300 CPU or a £600 GPU are, to be fair rather over expectant.

Barely even looked, money left to buy an M2 even after you set the 16gb ram option; http://www.awd-it.co.uk/intel-i7-6700k-4.0ghz-fractal-node-304-ga-z170n-gaming-5-gtx-1080-8gb-gaming-pc.html

Edited By: catbeans on Jan 18, 2017 15:52
#5
catbeans
dozstanford
Lahn
Decent machine in a relatively small case, but at this price, it should've had an i7 K and 1080 to be competitive :(
I challenge you to build an ITX i7 6700k, GTX 1080, 16GB, 256GB Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD, 1TB SATA system for under £1400 including the case, PSU, Windows 10, Wireless, BT and gaming headset with each and every component coming with a 2 year warranty.
I'm not saying this is a good buy, but your claims for a £1400 pre-build not being "competitive" for not including a £300 CPU or a £600 GPU are, to be fair rather over expectant.
Barely even looked, money left to buy an M2 even after you set the 16gb ram option; http://www.awd-it.co.uk/intel-i7-6700k-4.0ghz-fractal-node-304-ga-z170n-gaming-5-gtx-1080-8gb-gaming-pc.html

Er....

Select 1080GTX, 16GB, Windows 10, a Wi-Fi card and that's £1457 and doesn't include an M2 SSD
#6
dozstanford
catbeans
dozstanford
Lahn
Decent machine in a relatively small case, but at this price, it should've had an i7 K and 1080 to be competitive :(
I challenge you to build an ITX i7 6700k, GTX 1080, 16GB, 256GB Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD, 1TB SATA system for under £1400 including the case, PSU, Windows 10, Wireless, BT and gaming headset with each and every component coming with a 2 year warranty.
I'm not saying this is a good buy, but your claims for a £1400 pre-build not being "competitive" for not including a £300 CPU or a £600 GPU are, to be fair rather over expectant.
Barely even looked, money left to buy an M2 even after you set the 16gb ram option; http://www.awd-it.co.uk/intel-i7-6700k-4.0ghz-fractal-node-304-ga-z170n-gaming-5-gtx-1080-8gb-gaming-pc.html
Er....
Select 1080GTX, 16GB, Windows 10, a Wi-Fi card and that's £1457 and doesn't include an M2 SSD

Its an example, I'm not going to actually to go looking for the best deal and this one isn't far off, not miles off, so I am addressing your point of an i7k and 1080 being no where near this. I would take the i7k and 1080 over OPs post any day. Anyone with half a brain can get windows for under £20. You can add an SSD from AWD it for cheap as part of the deal and an m2 is pretty pointless if you are buying a pre-built you won't know the difference.

Edited By: catbeans on Jan 18, 2017 19:44: Spelling
1 Like #7
dozstanford
Lahn
Decent machine in a relatively small case, but at this price, it should've had an i7 K and 1080 to be competitive :(
I challenge you to build an ITX i7 6700k, GTX 1080, 16GB, 256GB Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD, 1TB SATA system for under £1400 including the case, PSU, Windows 10, Wireless, BT and gaming headset with each and every component coming with a 2 year warranty.
I'm not saying this is a good buy, but your claims for a £1400 pre-build not being "competitive" for not including a £300 CPU or a £600 GPU are, to be fair rather over expectant.
Challenge accepted, here's a pcpartspicker list that comes in at ~£1400 with a 6700K and GTX 1080 and Windows 10.
https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/marklahn/saved/XcCFTW

It lacks the Wifi/Bluetooth, but I dare say most Desktop users don't need that, and if they do, dongles are fairly cheap. Btw, all parts are from the UK(and as such, EU), and includes at least 2 years warranty.

A Geforce 1080 is significantly faster than a 1070, it's relevant in my opinion. If this MSI Aegis was maybe £1200, it'd be okay, or £1500 with 6700k+gtx 1080. that's my opinion at least.
#8
Lahn
dozstanford
Lahn
Decent machine in a relatively small case, but at this price, it should've had an i7 K and 1080 to be competitive :(
I challenge you to build an ITX i7 6700k, GTX 1080, 16GB, 256GB Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD, 1TB SATA system for under £1400 including the case, PSU, Windows 10, Wireless, BT and gaming headset with each and every component coming with a 2 year warranty.
I'm not saying this is a good buy, but your claims for a £1400 pre-build not being "competitive" for not including a £300 CPU or a £600 GPU are, to be fair rather over expectant.
Challenge accepted, here's a pcpartspicker list that comes in at ~£1400 with a 6700K and GTX 1080 and Windows 10.https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/marklahn/saved/XcCFTW
It lacks the Wifi/Bluetooth, but I dare say most Desktop users don't need that, and if they do, dongles are fairly cheap. Btw, all parts are from the UK(and as such, EU), and includes at least 2 years warranty.
A Geforce 1080 is significantly faster than a 1070, it's relevant in my opinion. If this MSI Aegis was maybe £1200, it'd be okay, or £1500 with 6700k+gtx 1080. that's my opinion at least.

That's not an ITX build
1 Like #9
dozstanford
Lahn
dozstanford
Lahn
Decent machine in a relatively small case, but at this price, it should've had an i7 K and 1080 to be competitive :(
I challenge you to build an ITX i7 6700k, GTX 1080, 16GB, 256GB Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD, 1TB SATA system for under £1400 including the case, PSU, Windows 10, Wireless, BT and gaming headset with each and every component coming with a 2 year warranty.
I'm not saying this is a good buy, but your claims for a £1400 pre-build not being "competitive" for not including a £300 CPU or a £600 GPU are, to be fair rather over expectant.
Challenge accepted, here's a pcpartspicker list that comes in at ~£1400 with a 6700K and GTX 1080 and Windows 10.https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/marklahn/saved/XcCFTW
It lacks the Wifi/Bluetooth, but I dare say most Desktop users don't need that, and if they do, dongles are fairly cheap. Btw, all parts are from the UK(and as such, EU), and includes at least 2 years warranty.
A Geforce 1080 is significantly faster than a 1070, it's relevant in my opinion. If this MSI Aegis was maybe £1200, it'd be okay, or £1500 with 6700k+gtx 1080. that's my opinion at least.
That's not an ITX build

You are being pedantic. The point is this isnt a good deal and a 1080 and better processor is available in the same price bracket so you are wrong.
#10
catbeans
dozstanford
Lahn
dozstanford
Lahn
Decent machine in a relatively small case, but at this price, it should've had an i7 K and 1080 to be competitive :(
I challenge you to build an ITX i7 6700k, GTX 1080, 16GB, 256GB Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD, 1TB SATA system for under £1400 including the case, PSU, Windows 10, Wireless, BT and gaming headset with each and every component coming with a 2 year warranty.
I'm not saying this is a good buy, but your claims for a £1400 pre-build not being "competitive" for not including a £300 CPU or a £600 GPU are, to be fair rather over expectant.
Challenge accepted, here's a pcpartspicker list that comes in at ~£1400 with a 6700K and GTX 1080 and Windows 10.https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/marklahn/saved/XcCFTW
It lacks the Wifi/Bluetooth, but I dare say most Desktop users don't need that, and if they do, dongles are fairly cheap. Btw, all parts are from the UK(and as such, EU), and includes at least 2 years warranty.
A Geforce 1080 is significantly faster than a 1070, it's relevant in my opinion. If this MSI Aegis was maybe £1200, it'd be okay, or £1500 with 6700k+gtx 1080. that's my opinion at least.
That's not an ITX build
You are being pedantic. The point is this isnt a good deal and a 1080 and better processor is available in the same price bracket so you are wrong.

No, Lahn accepted the ĉhallenge for ITX build so he should of selected a gaming ITX motherboard with Bluetooth ,Wi-Fi from pcpartpicker


Edited By: shez786 on Jan 18, 2017 17:39
#11
shez786
catbeans
dozstanford
Lahn
dozstanford
Lahn
Decent machine in a relatively small case, but at this price, it should've had an i7 K and 1080 to be competitive :(
I challenge you to build an ITX i7 6700k, GTX 1080, 16GB, 256GB Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD, 1TB SATA system for under £1400 including the case, PSU, Windows 10, Wireless, BT and gaming headset with each and every component coming with a 2 year warranty.
I'm not saying this is a good buy, but your claims for a £1400 pre-build not being "competitive" for not including a £300 CPU or a £600 GPU are, to be fair rather over expectant.
Challenge accepted, here's a pcpartspicker list that comes in at ~£1400 with a 6700K and GTX 1080 and Windows 10.https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/marklahn/saved/XcCFTW
It lacks the Wifi/Bluetooth, but I dare say most Desktop users don't need that, and if they do, dongles are fairly cheap. Btw, all parts are from the UK(and as such, EU), and includes at least 2 years warranty.
A Geforce 1080 is significantly faster than a 1070, it's relevant in my opinion. If this MSI Aegis was maybe £1200, it'd be okay, or £1500 with 6700k+gtx 1080. that's my opinion at least.
That's not an ITX build
You are being pedantic. The point is this isnt a good deal and a 1080 and better processor is available in the same price bracket so you are wrong.
No, Lahn accepted the ĉhallenge for ITX build so he should of selected a gaming ITX motherboard with Bluetooth ,Wi-Fi from pcpartpicker

Bluetooth is useless ob a pc and a WiFi card is £15
#12
Well at least we didn't get 'I can build identical for £500' which is what I was expecting.... then the inevitable discovery of the £500 price list to exclude memory, hdd, Windows, case, DVD, power supply, motherboard etc.

:D

Edited By: spannerzone on Jan 18, 2017 19:02
1 Like #13
This Dell XPS desktop looks close to the spec of this and is £100 cheaper if using the discount code 'Premium'.
http://www.dell.com/uk/p/xps-8910-desktop/pd?oc=cdx89111&model_id=xps-8910-desktop

although offer ends today then it's back to £1399

Edited By: spannerzone on Jan 18, 2017 19:06
#14
shez786
catbeans
dozstanford
Lahn
dozstanford
Lahn
Decent machine in a relatively small case, but at this price, it should've had an i7 K and 1080 to be competitive :(
I challenge you to build an ITX i7 6700k, GTX 1080, 16GB, 256GB Gen 3.0 M.2 SSD, 1TB SATA system for under £1400 including the case, PSU, Windows 10, Wireless, BT and gaming headset with each and every component coming with a 2 year warranty.
I'm not saying this is a good buy, but your claims for a £1400 pre-build not being "competitive" for not including a £300 CPU or a £600 GPU are, to be fair rather over expectant.
Challenge accepted, here's a pcpartspicker list that comes in at ~£1400 with a 6700K and GTX 1080 and Windows 10.https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/marklahn/saved/XcCFTW
It lacks the Wifi/Bluetooth, but I dare say most Desktop users don't need that, and if they do, dongles are fairly cheap. Btw, all parts are from the UK(and as such, EU), and includes at least 2 years warranty.
A Geforce 1080 is significantly faster than a 1070, it's relevant in my opinion. If this MSI Aegis was maybe £1200, it'd be okay, or £1500 with 6700k+gtx 1080. that's my opinion at least.
That's not an ITX build
You are being pedantic. The point is this isnt a good deal and a 1080 and better processor is available in the same price bracket so you are wrong.
No, Lahn accepted the ĉhallenge for ITX build so he should of selected a gaming ITX motherboard with Bluetooth ,Wi-Fi from pcpartpicker
It sounds like you aren't listening, but ITX build is possible too, just choose an ITX motherboard + case, problem solved?!?

It's not like the MSI Aegis is that tiny in that case either... If you really want tiny, there's the DAN A4SFX case or the Dr Zaber Sentry coming out that uses regular ATX components...
#15
its argos, it be cheaper in a few weeks with another one of their not so very rare sales:D
#16
back down to £1350 on Argos & ArgosEbay

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